February 9, 2020
Weekly Newsletter #59: Are You Ready For Valentine’s Day?
An illustrated Valentine’s Day card peaking out of a brown paper envelopeSource: Pexels
Call us goofy or downright consumeristic, but we’re total suckers for Valentine’s Day here at The Burgundy Zine.
We began this week by inviting you to contribute to our first bi-monthly magazine, “The Burgundy Zine #14: Healing,” which is scheduled for release on March 28th.
We also were very excited to announce the Institute of Childhood Preparedness is launching online training courses that you can register for now!
Last but most certainly not least, Anita Richard gave us a few handy tips for dealing with erectile dysfunction.
Going forward, we’ll be releasing more health-themed content in the spirit of our upcoming issue’s topic. And of course, we’ll be throwing in a few Valentine’s related posts, as well.
There will be a very special edition of Tune-In Tuesdays released this week, so keep an eye and an ear out!
In the meantime, why not submit or pitch us a post for “The Burgundy Zine #14: Healing?” 😉
Until next week,
burgundy bug >:^)
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